Origami

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Cloned from FS Collaboration 1 by collab. See also Molecular Architecture by funk_king.

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:) one of the glyphs i did for the fs community font - started with the c. caps version available here. the caps version actually has a uc and lc so you can combine both to have true lc and small caps :)
Info: Created on 17th June 2009 . Last edited on 2nd July 2009.
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Comment by funk_king 21st June 2009
Exceedingly cool. :)
Comment by thalamic 21st June 2009
wonderful idea and execution. i really dig your decision on "e". great work.
how about doing one that is completely in the height of your alternative "s"?
Comment by kix 21st June 2009
I'm so glad you did this. I loved the c in FS Collaboration.

Comment by aphoria 22nd June 2009
PINK DOT!! PINK DOT!! PINK DOT!!
Comment by intaglio 22nd June 2009
I think the vertical part of the glyph two before the ? (the +, maybe?) makes a nice s.
Comment by thalamic 22nd June 2009
yyeahh!
it looks friggin good. probably good enough for sale, but i think, that "Z" needs rethinking though.

this one looks a little, as if it's "bandaged", like a mummy :)
Comment by kix 22nd June 2009
my Z quandary - which one to pick?
Comment by funk_king 23rd June 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “origami” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 23rd June 2009
i think it must be 1 or 5, bacause the height is the main argument...

hehe
Comment by kix 23rd June 2009
I agree with Kix about #1. Although it's hard to tell from the sample because your constant is changing. Give it to us again with a constant context.
Comment by afrojet 23rd June 2009
Brilliant work! I think you should use Z-3 because it looks as tho it doesnt stagger as far below the baseline
Comment by JoeAllison 2nd July 2009
In fact, im not sure. I think the Z just looks perculiar beside the Y!
Comment by JoeAllison 2nd July 2009
thanks joe. so i finished the caps a while back in a cloned version and have decided to release as a separate file. only started as the caps, but after previewing decided to modify and make small caps too. i think i finally settled a one or two z's :)
Comment by funk_king 22nd July 2009

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